For leather care of clothing, you need to check its origin and its finish. You won’t care for aniline leather the same way as you would with pigmented leather . To make it easier for you, we will select on one side, the care for leather jackets, made with thick leather, generally from cow, similar to the motorbike equipments (jacket, gloves, boot).
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And, on the other side, the care for leather jackets made with thin leather like lamb. Skirts are also part of this category. If you doubt about the nature of your leather, please do not hesitate to contact us before starting your work. Better take extra-caution before to avoid having problems. Product as leather soap is not recommended on flexible leathers that are generally quite porous.
For thick leathers classified in pigmented leather, you may proceed the same way as the leather sofa care . The leather nature is the same, and so is the making of the colour. The big difference remains the frictions, almost inexistent on jackets (except the case of a fall, then go to the leather jacket repair page). Jacket is however sensitive to humidity (rain) and UV, two factors which damage your leather as fast as frictions. You can inspire yourself with the white leather care for example for the thick leather jacket . For thin leathers, you can get inspired by the example shown on the sheep skin care page. Never use soap, re-hydrate regularly and apply the leather degreaser once a month on the neck and wrists parts. It is important to prevent on this type of finish (aniline) because the leather stains are really hard to get rid of or even impossible. Hydrate and protect leather is mandatory if you wish to keep it forever. Use good protections like our waterproofing and our fixative (every six months for the first one and once a year for the other).